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Hi experts,

I was wondering when I do a WRKOBJ on a file in the storage information it tell me the "Size" and the "Backup size" !!  what is the difference between these two information ?

I'm not sure if it "Size" and "Backup size" but has my AS/400 is in french i cannot tell you exactly what it is !!

Thanks !!
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Here's the answer :

-Size is the object in bytes.
-Offline size (as defined by you as Backup size) is the size of the object in bytes at the time of a save... Zero (0) if the object was not saved yet.
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